Two COVID-19s have died in Victoria and two new have died as Melbourne escaped the 112-day blockade.
The death toll on Wednesday, Australia’s first virus death since October 19, has killed 819 states and 907 countries.
This figure broke the state’s two-day no-death, no-new case-free practice for the first time since March.
Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said the two deaths, a man in his 70s and a man in his 80s, occurred “a few weeks ago” and are associated with elderly care.
He said the two new cases were close contact with known infectious diseases, and that they were part of an outbreak in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Department of Health and Human Services inspector Yeron Weimar. ..
On the first day of Melbourne since the blockade since July 8, the 14-day average of cases dropped from 2.8 to 2.7, and the number of mysterious cases by Sunday was halved to three.
The corresponding number in Victoria is zero.
Prime Minister Daniel Andrews reported 24,673 tests. This is understood to be the highest daily number in Victoria since September 4th.
Melbourne’s restaurants, cafes, pubs and retail stores were able to open their doors on Tuesday at 11:59 pm, and some wereted time returning to business.
Angus & Bon, southeast of Melbourne, was one of the first restaurants to serve and welcome patrons at midnight.
Located in hospitality facilities in Prang and other large cities, New York-style steakhouses can accommodate up to 50 people outdoors and up to 20 people indoors, depending on density restrictions.
Andrews said Melvernian wants to help local businesses but must follow rules, including wearing masks.
He added that about 180,000 workers returned to work in Melbourne on Wednesday.
“The rules are for you, not against you, so that you can continue to do these things,” he said.
Opposition leader Mike O’Brien welcomed deregulation while calling for more clarification of the rules for SMEs, especially in the hospitality industry.
“The procession and the crowd show that Melbourne was waiting for this … it’s too long,” he said.
“There are still many concerns from the hospitality industry that rules may not work.”
There are also new rules for home visits that have been reduced throughout Victoria’s catastrophic second wave, making it difficult for people to see family and friends.
Two adults in one household can now visit another home with their dependents. Visits are limited to a 25km travel limit and once a day.
Rally restrictions will continue to apply after November 8th, when travel restrictions and the “steel ring” that separates cities from Victoria are lifted.
Hours before Tuesday’s rules were rolled back, the Victoria State Government also clarified advice on home-based businesses and workers, masks, and Halloween.
The mask should be worn in the gym for most activities except running on a treadmill. The premiere states that it will be mandatory outdoors throughout the state for the rest of the year, and in some cases until 2021.
Home-based businesses such as hairdressers can be resumed if there is an “individual retail area”, but cleaners and maintenance workers can go home if they wear masks.
Halloween trick or treats will be allowed in Melbourne and Victoria this Saturday, unless they are “contactless” and can enter door knocks into facilities such as the vestibule.
Australians must be at least 1.5 meters away from others. Check the jurisdiction limits for collecting limits. If you have a cold or flu symptoms, stay home and call your doctor or contact the Coronavirus Health Information Hotline (1800 020 080) to arrange a test.
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